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October 11, 1999 Issue

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millennium design
BY WENDY GOODMAN

Rooms at the Top
Seven of the city's greatest design minds -- Thierry Despont, Philip Johnson, Peter Marino, Mica Ertegun, Mario Buatta, Charles Gwathmey, and Albert Hadley -- choose the twentieth-century rooms they'd like to be remembered by. And at her brand-new warehouse–cum–lifestyle laboratory, home economics mastermind Martha Stewart stakes out the next good thing.

Everything Old Is New Again
The loft, the prewar penthouse, the postwar high-rise, the townhouse: Four quintessential Manhattan homes get the radical makeover treatment from a quartet of designers unafraid to bend the rules along with your old ideas about what constitutes a classic.

Inspect These Gadgets
BY VICTORIA ROWAN

From a gel chair that remembers your shape to a glass toaster to a TV-and-Web-wired lunchbox, designs that will bring your home into the twenty-first century.

GOTHAM
Millionaires shoot to thrill in Millbrook
GOTHAM STYLE Za`o: the latest one-stop-shopping wonder

DEPARTMENTS
The City Politic
BY MICHAEL TOMASKY

Rudy as performance artist

Media
BY MICHAEL WOLFF

In politics right now, predictability is poison

Sports
BY CHRIS SMITH

The Mets may beat the Yanks yet (off the field)

MARKETPLACE
Sales & Bargains
BY SHYAMA PATEL

Ponchos for honchos (and hippies)

THE ARTS
Movies
BY PETER RAINER

In Three Kings, war goes all warm and fuzzy

Books
BY WALTER KIRN

Nicholas Lemann scores the SAT's

Art
BY MARK STEVENS

Ingres's portraits offer something for everyone

Theater
BY JOHN SIMON

Growing up in The Country Club

Classical Music
BY PETER G. DAVIS

The Philharmonic goes native

Television
BY JOHN LEONARD

In Roswell, the teens not only seem alien . . .

Pop Music
BY PETE WELLS

Garth Brooks's rock-star alter ego

The Underground Gourmet
BY JOSEPH O'NEILL

Trinidad or Turkey? Culinary adventures to go

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